General Cardiology Fellows

Ning "Maggie" Ning, MD, PharmD

Dr. Ning was born in China and grew up in Texas. She completed her Doctor of Pharmacy with highest academic honors at UT Austin College of Pharmacy and her Doctor of Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She completed her Internal Medicine Residency at Stanford and as a medicine resident, she received the Stanford Internal Medicine Clinical Decision-Making Award and the Julian Wolfsohn Award for Outstanding Performance Resident of the year award. She continued her Cardiovascular Fellowship at Stanford and after her chief fellow year, she plans to pursue additional subspecialty training in intervention cardiology. 


Pablo Sanchez, MD

Dr. Pablo Sanchez is cardiovascular medicine fellow at Stanford University. He earned a degree in physiology at The University of Arizona and received his M.D. from The University of Arizona College of Medicine, in Tucson. He completed Internal Medicine training at Brigham & Women's Hospital, and served as Chief Resident from 2018-2019. During residency, his research focused on clinical outcomes of the complex patient composition in the modern Cardiac Intensive Care Unit. During fellowship, he is interested in the cardio-pulmonary interactions of the Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS). Under the tutelage of Dr. Angela Rogers (Pulmonary Medicine Division) and Dr. Euan Ashley (Cardiovascular Medicine Division), he plans to integrate of immune-metabolic biomarkers and cardiac dysfunction in ARDS to evaluate clinical outcomes. After cardiology fellowship, he plans on pursuing additional fellowship training in critical care.